• For humanity's sake.

    I personally believe euthanasia should be legalized because it's the humane thing to do. We may have reluctance putting down animals, but we always say, "it's the humane thing to do". So when it comes to us, we can't have a choice whether its humane for us or not? We're more compassionate towards animals than we are towards ourselves. And I believe that the time for change is now.

  • Euthanasia doesn't end the pain, it makes it worst. This is true weather you believe in God or not.

    Yes, they say that the pain must be ended but Euthanasia is a sin. Not to mention that it is considered murder in God’s eyes. And when you do die after suicide, go up, and try to get into heaven, they’ll say: “Sorry, I can’t let you in, you committed a sin. You broke Commencement #6 ‘You shall not murder.’ So, down to hell you go.” So you end up in hell and well, the pain just got worse, right? Yeah, and thinking about it….You can’t end it, cause you’re in there FOREVER. So…...Yeah, you should just wait till the day God wants you to die.

  • We all have an expiry date

    For some reason, with indefinite conclusions, we were all put on this earth. We did not control when we were born or when family was born, so why should we be able to control when we die? If it was legalized it'd bring more problems to the table rather than create less. How can you justify one person's reason for death and not another?

  • Palliative Care and Doctors

    If what you're saying is true, that it's the "humane" thing to do, then how exactly do we track that? If there were proper palliative care, or pain management, the need to kill for "humane" reasons. If that patient really does want to die, and for a valid reasons, then the doctor would be forced to commit murder. How would you think that doctors would react, knowing that they might have to kill their own patients?

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